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For Vera Wang, Silence is Golden... Khloe Kardashian Develops a Scent...

It has been one busy summer for Vera Wang — too bad she can’t talk about it.

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K SQUARED: Khloe Kardashian is following in the footsteps of sister Kim — into the world of fragrance, that is. Lighthouse Beauty, which developed Kim’s signature scent, confirmed Monday it is working with Khloe Kardashian and husband Lamar Odom, of the NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers, to create a scent that’s due in department stores in February. Kardashian told WWD at a Casio G-Shock event Aug. 2 — where Odom announced to the crowd they were working on a unisex fragrance — it may be called “Unbreakable,” adding the caveat: “Baby, I dunno, we’re still working on it.” Although the surprise announcement by Odom, who is a brand ambassador for the Ultimate Tough G-Shock watch, set off a firestorm of online media reports, a spokeswoman at Lighthouse said the name has yet to be confirmed. And while fragrance supplier Givaudan, which did Kim’s fragrance, is also blending Khloe’s scent, it’s too early to say what aromas the latter will feature, Lighthouse said. Could eau de Kourtney be up next? “When I was little, my sister Kourtney and I tried to make our own perfume by picking flowers and putting them in the blender, because that’s how we thought fragrances were made,” Kim Kardashian said in an interview last fall. “It smelled totally gross!”

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